Public Notice: Teller County Colorado, Teller County Sheriff, Woodland Park Police Department, Woodland Park Colorado

Defendant is 100 percent permanently disabled, a diabetic, has diabetic peripheral neuapathy, is recovering from two major abdominal surgeries, PTSD, compressed spinal disks that lead to limited ability to stand and sit, as well as focus.  The Defendant in this case is limited to at most an hour of court time due to the pain and suffering he has endures on a daily basis and cannot participate in back to back trial days due to the physical and emotion stress such duress would cause.

Defendant is 100 percent permanently disabled, a diabetic, has diabetic peripheral neuapathy, is recovering from two major abdominal surgeries, PTSD, compressed spinal disks that lead to limited ability to stand and sit, as well as focus.  The Defendant in this case is limited to at most an hour of court time due to the pain and suffering he has endures on a daily basis and cannot participate in back to back trial days due to the physical and emotion stress such duress would cause. 
The Defendant would need to be able to move about the courtroom at will during the one hour a day courtroom jury trial, sitting and standing at will, in order to accommodate his physical, emotional and mental well being during the lengthy jury trial.  Mr. Turner is likely to need a RN on standby at the court house, in the courtroom, due to his six emergency room visits to the hospital in Woodland Park Colorado since his move to Woodland Park April First, 2017, two of which have occurred since his short incarceration at the Teller County Jail, and the abuse he incurred at the hands of the jailers, transport staff and court personnel at his first day in court.  It is possible that this trial could shorten the Defendants life substantially.  However, that Civil Rights violation will be covered under separate cover. 
 
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